- Examines the current condition of the social impact infrastructure
- Offers strategies for how to remedy the steady weakening of our social-impact infrastructure
- Provides tactics to build strong social organizations and networks
- Illustrates dynamic methods to respond to constant economic and social change
Author Paul Light believes we should be less concerned about the tools of agitation (social entrepreneurship, social protecting, social exploring, and social) and more concerned about the disruption and replacement of the status quo. Timely in its urgency, this book describes the revolutionary social impact cycle, which provides a new approach for framing the debate about urgent threats.